Friday, 16 June 2017


Do not imagine that you live in the physical world. You only inhabit this world and that in an imperfect way.

All your senses fail you. You do not catch the sweetest melodies that are wafted to you on the wings of silence—melodies that come to you from each and every separate thing in nature. Nor do you behold the beauties of nature that are about you except imperfectly and with the eye of the camera, the telescope, the microscope, the x-ray and various other mechanical contrivances that have been suggested to you, and built for you, by those who have followed the suggestions and advice of spiritual entities of the higher spiritual worlds and zones.

If you had the eye of a camera, you might enjoy the beautiful and the various designs of a snowflake or an ice crystal. And if this eye had the power of the x-ray, you might see through many physical material solids, even as these are seen through by the x-ray, and by those spiritual entities who have attained to the spiritual world.

Fragments of Spiritual Knowledge Pertaining to the Spiritual World, Benjamin F. Woodcox, Woodcox & Fanner, Battle Creek, Michigan, 1923